updated April 1st, 2024





When IPA Affects the Choice of Study

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IPA is engaged in transitional and developing countries with
focus on learning and education.

IPA offers help for self-help, e.g. through projects in the fields of food production and water supply as well as the issuance of micro credits.

The unique aspect of the IPA brand is the
integration of youth in the implementation of projects. This gives Swiss students the opportunity to gain formative experiences.

School classes and junior-teams define, plan and execute their projects independently but are supervised by experienced IPA staff.


All projects are inspected by IPA on location, and once completed, are checked over again. This way all donors have the guaranty that their money is being used in exactly the right places and that people are really getting the help they need.




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When IPA Affects the Choice of Study

Swiss youngsters. But we are delighted when we realize how much interest we arouse – even to the point of having an influence on the field of study they choose. "International Relations, that's what I have been interested in for a long time," a former student said. "The course IPA offered just confirmed my choice." As many as four young women are going to take up this field of study: one in England, the other three in Geneva. They are looking forward to doing their share in international diplomacy or development cooperation in future. IPA's project lessons provided them with good insights and the opportunity to gain valuable experience. They will continue IPA's work in their own way and in their own environment, apply what they learnt and hopefully even convey some of the values our organisation holds. Good luck!




Visiting the UN with IPA can affect one's choice of study